On our walking holidays in Malta, you will follow footpaths through some of the most unspoilt landscapes of the country, such as the saltpans of Gozo, the world heritage site around Dwejra and the wilderness area of Ta Cenc, known for its diverse plant species and seabird colonies. Malta hiking is a highly pleasant mix of tradition, history and a surprising depth of flora and fauna. Walking in Malta will leave you with lasting memories of a place that is unique in Europe and that has more to offer than might appear.
Well known for its Mediterranean climate of mild winters and hot summers, this small island in the Mediterranean sea is one of the southernmost points in Europe and enjoys the warmest sea temperatures and the highest sunshine durations in the continent. On a Malta walking tour you can almost be sure of good weather. But hiking in Malta isn’t just a chance to catch some sun, it’s an opportunity to explore its medieval dungeons and caves, the stunning coastal views and to appreciate a side of Malta that is best appreciated on foot.
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